Fundamentals of Trigonometry
Scott, Foresman/Little, Brown Higher Education, 1990 - Mathematics - 418 pages
Textbook for a college-level course for students planning further math. Assumes intermediate algebra and geometry. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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GRAPHS AND INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC
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algebraic amplitude angle of elevation asymptotes axes axis complex numbers conic corresponding cos2 cot2 defined as follows definition degrees direction angle domain dot product ellipse endpoint equal EXAMPLE 2 Find Exercises exponential function expression Find the angle Find the distance Find the values foci following equations force functions defined given gives graph hyperbola hypotenuse interval inverse function law of cosines law of sines law of tangents log2 log3 loga magnitude midpoint natural logarithms negative number line one-to-one ordered pairs origin parabola period plane properties of logarithms quadrant radian measure radians range result right triangle rotation sec2 shown in Figure shows sin2 sine and cosine slope Solve square standard form Suppose tan2 tangent terminal side theorem triangle ABC trigonometric form trigonometric identities unit circle vector velocity vertex vertical line Write x-axis y-intercept